AR Lab Research Projects

Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial of a Community Health Worker Program on Hearing Loss (Oyendo Bien)

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Age-related Changes in Speech Perception and Speech Production (with Robin Samlan, PhD, CCC-SLP)

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Characteristics of Hearing Ability and their Associations with Hearing Health Care Utilization, Health Status, and Social Support Among Adults in the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos

Evaluation of Group Audiologic Rehabilitation at The University of Arizona


Student Research Projects in the AR Lab

Undergraduate Students

Thelma Scott - Are there Health Disparities Among American Indians/Alaska Natives Living with Hearing Loss in Arizona?

AuD Students

Sarah Beatty - Hearing Loop Study

Alexa Bullard - Translation Methods for Patient Education Materials in Audiology

Emily Leedy - Stages of Change Among Clients in the UArizona Hearing Clinic

Amber Sulharia - Examining Pathways to Hearing Screenings in Geriatric Primary Care Practice

PhD Students

Alyssa (Everett) Davidson, AuD - Can Auditory Processing Predict Hearing Aid Satisfaction? (PhD dissertation, defense April 10, 2020)

Laura Coco, AuD - CONEXIONES - a Teleaudiology Study (PhD dissertation, F32 award from NIH)

Research Collaborations

Oyendo Bien - Maia Ingram, MPH, Scott Carvajal, PhD, Jill de Zapien, Arizona Prevention Research Center, Sonia Colina, PhD, National Center on Interpretation, Julia Fisher, PhD, BIO5 Institute, Mariposa Community Health Center

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Baltimore Hears

Baltimore HEARS - Carrie Nieman, MD, MPH, Jon Suen, AuD, and Frank Lin, MD, PhD, Johns Hopkins University

Engagement Award

Building Research Capacity on Hearing Loss Interventions in Hispanic/Latinx Communities - with co-Project Lead David Lee, PhD, University of Miami, Aileen Wong, AuD, CCC-A University of Arizona, and Brendaly Rodriguez, MA, CPH, University of Miami (PCORI EA#15629)